[ froi-sahrt; French frwa-sar ]
/ ˈfrɔɪ sɑrt; French frwaˈsar /
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Jean [zhahn], /ʒɑ̃/, 1333?–c1400, French chronicler.
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How to use Froissart in a sentence
The men, says Froissart, 'tore the meat out of each other's hands'; and 'great murmurs arose in the army.'
According to Froissart, he was 'esteemed the bravest and most enterprising knight in the two kingdoms.'
Froissart has the word Enclimpostair as the name of a son of the god of sleep, in his poem called Paradis d'Amour.
He also quotes the expression 'grans danses et grans karolles' from Froissart, ed.
Such poems, by Froissart and Charles d'Orleans, are still extant.
British Dictionary definitions for Froissart
/ (French frwasar) /
Jean (ʒɑ̃). ?1333–?1400, French chronicler and poet, noted for his Chronique, a vivid history of Europe from 1325 to 1400
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